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By on 21 May, 2013 | From the channel/s: Webinars

What are the current trends in online learning, and what opportunities and limitations do massive open online courses (MOOCs) present? Can social media tools enrich online learning, and how can practical topics such as protocol and negotiations be taught effectively online?

By on 15 Apr, 2013 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy, Webinars

Although thousands of applications are available for PCs and/or mobile devices, diplomats (like most other people) tend to use only a very limited number of them (8–10).

Consider the Apple App Store and the number of applications available. In just a few years, the total number of apps has gone from approximately 50 000 (2009) to 775 000 (January 2013) (300 000 native to iPad - source The same trend applies to Android applications.

By on 12 Mar, 2013 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy, Webinars

Twitter has become one of the preferred tools of communication for foreign policy practitioners, from cabinet ministers to ambassadors and diplomats. It has evolved from the most talked about micro-blogging website during the first US presidential campaign by Barack Obama, to a veritable complement to traditional diplomacy.

By on 01 Feb, 2013 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance, Webinars

January is synonymous with resolutions and forecasts. The start of the year is a time when we’re most inclined to look back, learn from the past, and carry what’s worthwhile, relevant and useful with us into the new year. Forecasts help us plan, and shed light onto what to expect… unless we are dealing with unknown unknowns.

By on 30 Dec, 2012 | From the channel/s: Internet Governance, Webinars

The much anticipated World Conference on International Telecommunications, which took place earlier this month, ended without consensus. The outcomes of the meeting are now the subject of many debates, and are expected to develop further as ICT-related discussions unfold at the UN, the ITU, and other upcoming meetings.


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